By Charles Keith
This book collects 14 stories and one novella that range from gothic to modern, from the asinine to the truly repulsive, from Horror to Crime, with a touch of Sci-Fi.
If you like stuff that’s cool, you should probably buy this.
By Charles Keith
An ever-changing novel of disintegration and monsters. Each and every copy is random and unique.
ISSUE #1: This is Love
Pulp Infection splits open the dripping-wet underbelly of romance and shows you its true stinking guts.
•This is a Song About a Girl
•Butterflies Eat Shit
•Alarms and Sirens
•The P/I Guide to Dating
•(twice the nonalilty)
Plus: A special Childhood Trauma supplement!
•The Sawyer Bandito Quickstart Guide
Whether you live in the gothic South or in the evil depths of historical New England, the information within may very well save your life! Far from the usual sheet-hugging propaganda, this account includes everything one must know to correctly identify your spectral woes, and the most effective methods to purge this deviant, unnatural assholitry from the lives of the people you care for.
In this manual, hailed by many experts*** as an “essential primer for dealing with the afterlife’s most harrowing bullies”, you will learn:
• A brief history of Hauntings in fiction and the dangers of bullshit artistic romanticism.
• How to identify your spirit and what you should do to exorcise it forever****
• What motivates the dead, why you shouldn’t care anyhow, and the answer to the ages-old question: “Why resist your final peace, just to rattle chains and act like a spoiled little peckerhead?”
• and much much more!
C.P. Clayton***** has been a fakelorist and scholar in all things ethereal for close to two decades. He is one of the country’s tireless advocates for the rights of the living and our continuing pursuit of an existence free of desperate and wicked supernatural antics.
*** no experts of any kind have ever hailed this manual.
**** This booklet is for laughs; it will not help you to exorcise any ghosts, real or imagined.
*****C.P. Clayton is one of the many pen names of Charles Keith, perpetrator of Pulp Infection—the most nasty, gut-churning and sexy magazine in the world.